Back That Thing Up!Sometimes easier said than done in a Mustang, having some help from Pyle Audio might make backing your Mustang out of a parking spot just a bit less stressful. Check out the blog for more details.
We know such gadgets are usually reserved for an upscale sedan or some big SUV, but let's face it, some Mustangs need a little help. On the vintage side of things you have the fastbacks and SportsRoofs (some with rear window slats) that make looking in the rear view mirror like peering out of your front door's mail slot.When it comes to you late-model owners things can be just as bad. I've been in plenty of S197 Mustangs with quarter window louvers/covers which makes backing out of a spot an episode in frustration (though the car does look cool with those louvers!). Ford even saw the Mustang's greenhouse and hind quarters as a problem themselves and started adding a factory optional backup camera over the last year or so. So why not install one in your own ride and make things safer for you and those behind you!Pyle's new backup camera system features a suction-cup mounted monitor (so you can stow it away for car shows, etc.) and a small license plate mounted camera that just blends in and isn't noticable. If you already have a double DIN or flip-out screen audio with a camera input Pyle has other camera options to update/upgrade your current audio/video setup too.7" Window Suction Mount TFT/LCD Video Monitor w/ Universal Mount Rearview Backup Color Camera & Distance Scale Line, PN PLCM7500. The system specs are listed below and you can find this setup online or through Pyle dealers.
• 7'' TFT-LCD monitor• With window mount bracket• 16:9 wide screen• High resolution• Wireless remote control• Two video inputs• License plate mount back up rearview color camera• Low luc performance of 0.2 lux night vision• Total pixels: 656 x 492• Viewing angle: 170 degree• Water proof, fog resistant• Low light capableAvailable at: PyleAudio.comPrice: $109Website: www.PyleAudio.com